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Tormentor❌Punisher

Tormentor❌Punisher

Action, Indie
Everything in Tormentor❌Punisher can be killed in one hit, from bosses to yourself. Bosses conjure traps to make the arena hellish. Demons adjust to your play style and punish you. Perform combos on enemies and gain cool upgrades. Reload your machine gun by firing your shotgun. Let's do this!
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Everything in Tormentor❌Punisher can be killed in one hit, from bosses to yourself. Bosses conjure traps to make the arena hellish. Demons adjust to your play style and punish you. Perform combos on enemies and gain cool upgrades. Reload your machine gun by firing your shotgun. Let's do this!
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Release Date2 июня 2017 г.
DevelopersE-Studio
PublishersRaw Fury
OSMac, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
English
Spanish
Italian
German
Russian
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Single-playerMulti-playerShared/Split ScreenSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsPartial Controller SupportSteam LeaderboardsRemote Play Together

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REQUIREMENTS
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Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Processor: Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6630M (256 MB) or equivalent
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: *Controller support for 32-bit OS is not officially supported* (Keyboard & Mouse is fine!)
Recommended
  • OS: OS X 10.7 +
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E4500 (2 * 2200) or equivalent, AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (2 * 2200) or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6630M (256 MB) or equivalent
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
  • Additional Notes: *Controller support for 32-bit OS is not officially supported* (Keyboard & Mouse is fine!)

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Description

Welcome to Planet Fuck You!

It's a real planet, look it up.

Everything in Tormentor❌Punisher can be killed in one hit, including bosses and yourself. Bosses change the shape of the arena, conjuring rooms and traps to make it more hellish and brutal. Demons adjust to your play style and punish you accordingly. Explore and discover new ways of killing enemies to gain cool upgrades. Reload your machine gun by firing your shotgun. Yeah, you read that right.

Kill, destroy, fuck up demons, rack up combos, get upgrades by performing unique kills, and try to survive the constant onslaught. Oh, and look good to your friends by smashing their scores on the leaderboards.

Got It? Good. Let's Fucking Do This!
  • Fast-paced gameplay that will make the bones in your hands shatter!!!
  • Random order boss spawns featuring fun champions such as BIGBONES, GUTSHANK and PRIESTESS!
  • Leaderboards to prove you're better than the rest of the world, or at least your friends!
  • Undo demons with your besties in local co-op!
  • An eardrum rupturing original soundtrack!
  • Intense sound design with gurgling demons and all that shit!
  • Crunchy comic book-inspired visuals!
  • An annoying Twerp demon celebrating your demise!
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Reviews about the game

Tormentor❌Punisher07.08.2017

This is without a doubt, my favorite arena shooter I have ever played. If you have ever liked Total Carnage, Geometry Wars, Smash TV, or really any other top down omnidirectional shooter, you owe it to yourself to give this a try. It even has local coop, for those of you always searching for new couch multiplayer games. Tormentor X Punisher is a score attack and leaderboard centric arena shooter focused on nonstop action, (you reload your machinegun by shooting your shotgun) where everything dies in one hit including all bosses, and yourself. It's great for the "just one more round!" effect because matches will last at most 5 minutes, and it takes about 7 seconds to go from dead, to being in a new round. The 7 bosses are all unique, die in one hit, (yes, even priestess if you play your cards right) and actually modify the map in interesting and mostly permanent ways. Killing Gutshank will summon a giant spinning sawblade that will go around the perimeter of the level. Carrion will build walls and rooms throughout the arena as long as it lives. My absolute favorite mechanic in the game is the experience of discovering unexpected projectile/enemy/boss interactions. As you play, you'll go from hating and not understanding specific bosses and enemies, to intentionally letting them live and baiting out their attacks, so you can turn them against their friends. Snitch will go from "ugh, this boss is pathetic." to "Finally! An opportunity to clean up my wall infested arena!" Gutshank will go from "Why the hell does this guy keep building robot versions of himself!? This is impossible to deal with!" to "I haven't seen a gutbot in 6 hours of playtime." This gradual transition induced by your growing mastery applies to normal enemies too. You will go from hating wizards, to wishing more of them appeared later in the game for that sweet, sweet weapon upgrade. The amount of tiny details and careful thought put into every game mechanic, visual effect, and "gamefeel" trick is honestly rather staggering, and I could write an essay on those aspects alone. Every summoning circle pulses to the base drum of the music. The circles summon demons ALSO to the base drum rhythm. The UI pulses to it. Enemy projectiles slow slightly when right next to you, to allow for an extra fraction of a second to nullify them with your shotgun. Shooting a fireball with a shotgun will turn it against your enemies. Every single shell casing, shotgun shell, gib, summoning circle scorch mark, bloodsplattter, and corpse stays on the map forever, showing you the absolute carnage you've wrought. A little twerp of a demon runs up and brags about causing your death, despite never even daring to come into the arena until you've died SOLELY to induce in the player a personal vendetta against him. Each time a boss or hazard is introduced the camera highlights them, and all demons take a moment to cheer and bow before them. The survival timer will count up to 6 minutes and 66 seconds before correcting itself to 7:07, just so it can display a time of 6:66. It's the little things, you know? All in all, I have had an absolute blast with this game so far, and will be playing, and recommending it for months, or maybe even years to come. I've still got personal challenges to complete on video. Daehkcuf won't summon himself, and there's 7 bosses that are overdue for a single run, barehanded only killing. As of November 2017, I have finally slain both Daehkcuf and done a barehanded run on video. I will never stop playing this.

Sound Shark
Sound Shark
I recommend
Tormentor❌Punisher02.06.2017

[b][i]Tormentor X Punisher[/i] reminds me a lot of [i]Devil Daggers[/i]. And that's a great thing. [/b] What we have here is an arena twitch shooter that has a few layers of complexity to peel off. Once you begin to learn how things work, you begin to get better. [i]Tormentor X Punisher[/i] has a nice layer of polish and edge. The music and dialogue are fantastic. Really gets me amped up. [b]I think the highpoint here is the edgy female protagonist coupled with the interesting 'level up' system.[/b] Definitely as fresh as the planet you are on. [b]Pros:[/b] +Well polished arena shooter that rewards knowledge of the system +A must have to those that really got into [i]Devil Daggers[/i] +Music and voice acting are top notch and just take this experience to the next level +Controller support feels great +Cool bosses +Price point fits well (check out the serious hours that other reviewers have logged) +Steam leaderboards are a great addition to these kinds of games [b]Cons:[/b] -If you are looking for storyline, permanent progression, or really anything beyond an arena shooter - look elsewhere (I only warn of this because that was some of the criticism of [i]Devil Daggers[/i]) [b]If this is your jam, [i]Tormentor X Punisher[/i] is well worth the small asking price.[/b]

Fond Bear
Fond Bear
I recommend
Tormentor❌Punisher03.06.2017

TxP is a fast paced twin-stick arcade shooter. (I mean REALLY fast-paced). It brings some very interesting and fresh mechanics to the table. You're equipped with two weapons (machine gun + shotgun) throughout the entire game, but where it gets interesting is how the weapons interact with the environment and one another. You will get weapon upgrades by performing skill shots and by killing enemies in creative and brutal ways. The game comes with several bosses... and oh man... they're tough! Everything can be killed with a single shot, but when all the craziness is happening you'll find it exceptionally difficult to find an opening to slaughter the powerhouse bosses. The sound design is incredible. If everything above sounds interesting to you, then I would definitely encourage you to pick this game up. It is definitely worth the asking price!

Asleep Xerinae
Asleep Xerinae
I recommend
Tormentor❌Punisher18.06.2022

Absolutely brutal top down arena shooter, expect a huge skill curve even if you're used to these type of games. When you do get the hang of things though, the game is incredibly satisfying and addictive. Think along the lines of a more hardcore visceral version of Ubermosh (another great top down series to check out) Controls like you'd expect from a solid top down game and it does such a good job at making you feel powerful when you're in the zone, though note it will probably take awhile to adjust yourself to just how much is on the screen. This really is one of the most chaotic games I've ever player. Not for the faint of heart and i'd be more inclined to recommend to hardcore players as i'm not sure casual play is something this game can offer to less tryhard players. No story of any fluff, it's a simple arena that will always be the same, with the complexity coming from the great weapon upgrade system. Gaining upgrades by killing enemies with specific methods and combos is the main focus of your road to improvement and i'd start there when learning the game. Simple but with a huge skill curve and depth, the perfect top down shooter for the hardcore player.

Near Wombat
Near Wombat
I recommend
Tormentor❌Punisher12.03.2022

A lightning-fast top-down shooter in which one mistake of yours will cost the hero his life. Within a few seconds, the player is lost in the arena filled with bloody lumps and flying from all sides to the hero - opponents. Shoot, send everyone the fuck and try not to die! [b]Pros:[/b][list] [*]+ Funny plot (which is almost non-existent) [*]+ Lots of swearing (Don't like it? Fuck off!) [*]+ Funny replicas of the demon, after the death of the character. [*]+ Fast gameplay [*]+ Simple controls [*]+ Achievements [*]+ Trading cards for sale (does not pay off the game) [*]+ Powerful soundtrack [*]+ Localization into many languages. Russian text is present.[/list] [b]Minuses:[/b][list] [*]- Loss of font personality when changing localization.[/list] [b]Total:[/b] An excellent game that helps blow off steam at the present time of complete bans. Recommend to buy at a discount. Or look carefully at your library on EGS - the game was distributed for free.

Historic Xerinae
Historic Xerinae
I recommend
Tormentor❌Punisher03.06.2017

Such nasty language in this game! :D I'm not gonna lie, I didn't know what the heck was going on for the most time. The gameplay is absolutely chaotic, and random. The little goblin creature which comes to mock you after your death was a cute feature, that could be improved further. It was more interesting to wait what it had to say than seeing your next enemy type. The boss enemies are well-made. I don't know what else to write really. The intro at the beginning was really neat, gameplay and controls were solid. That's the most important aspect of a topdown shooter like this, right? Didn't see any bugs, but through all the chaos and bloody mess it would've been hard to spot them anyways :) EDIT: And oh, by the way... If you have any problems with motion sickness in video games, then you should probably avoid this title. Especially if you have epilepsy or something serious like that. I don't usually get any effect from screenshake and fast movement, but even I couldn't imagine playing this game other than in small bursts.

Female Moose
Female Moose
I recommend
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